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Breitbart released an audio tape of House Speaker Paul Ryan from October 2016 saying he will not defend then-candidate Donald Trump.
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In the October recording of Ryan posted by Breitbart on Monday, the House speaker is heard saying, "I am not going to defend Donald Trump — not now, not in the future."
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Breitbart said it was unclear exactly how many House Republicans participated in the October call with Ryan, who made the recording, or whether those who were involved knew it was being recorded.
Ryan at the time appeared resigned to the possibility that Hillary Clinton might win the election as the fallout from the Access Hollywood tape spread far and wide. At one point, Ryan said he would spend his "entire energy" making sure a potential President Hillary Clinton would not get a "blank check" with congressional majorities.
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Mackowiak added that it was a "big year" for Ryan and "a big part of why he was willing to be speaker."
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